The film has been made a Vimeo Staff pick, racked up over seventy thousand views online and won Third place in the short narrative category at the 2014 Athens International Film & Video Festival.
Written and directed by Gabriel Bisset-Smith.
Music by Gwilym Gold
An entire relationship told through photos in five minutes.
Winner of the Vimeo Best Narrtive Award and the Disposable Films Festival Grand Jury prize.
Directed by Gabriel Bisset-Smith and Graham Turner. Written by Gabriel Bisset-Smith Music by Golden Silvers
A love story in reverse.
The script for this film was picked from a competition where the contestants were asked to write a short in response to my film "Thrush" then I chose the winner and made it.
Starring Jodie Whittaker and Claire Brown Directed/Edited/Produced by Gabriel Bisset-Smith Written by Stuart Curran Director of photography Graham Turner Costume and Make up Shirani Bolle Music by Gwilym Gold
A man decides to quit going out clubbing, but not before one last night...
Starring Gabriel Bisset-Smith, Robert Cawsey, Richard Shanks and Meryl Fernandes
Written and directed by Gabriel Bisset-Smith
Director of photography Graham Turner
Costume Tess Loe
Music Gwilym Gold
Starring Jodie Whittaker
Told in the style of a fairy tale this is the story of a white man who dresses up as a Golliwog and gets revenge on the racist who killed his black pregnant wife.
Directed and Written by Gabriel Bisset-Smith
Director of photography Graham Turner
Music Gwil Gold
Starring Hayley Atwell, Zawe Ashton and Sol Smith.
Set in the parallel worlds of gritty, urban reality and bright, sunny fantasy 'Tomato Soup' is the story of a teenage boy's journey to avenge the death of a loved one whilst trying to imagine a better life for himself.
Written and Directed by Gabriel Bisset-Smith
Director photography Graham Turner
Music Gwil Gold
BYE BYE BLACK MUM
After watching the movie La La Land I reassessed my relationship with my black mother.
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Meet the head of the ethnic minority acting school
An interview with the man who runs an acting school specifically for ethnic minority actors.
The BBC's Head Of Diversity
Meet the guy who is keeping the BBC so diverse
Some problems a black James Bond might face
A producer and a writer investigate what the plot of a black James Bond film might be like.
How gay men should act around their straight friends | Gabriel Bisset-Smith
In his new series "Distressed Minority Report" Gabriel Bisset-Smith helps a gay man fit in with his straight friends.
David Cameron's joke writer
Ever wondered where David Cameron gets his witty jokes from?
Directed by Gabriel Bisset-Smith and Graham Turner.
Animation by Colin Henderson
Guilt & Shame Podcast
Guilt & Shame Podcast
Gabe, Rob & Vicky Jones hilariously explore the subjects we've all experienced Guilt & Shame in. From soiling yourself on a first date to mastabating at you nan's house, and with the help of some very special guests including Pheobe Waller-Bridge and Gabe's mum, the gang will leave no shameful stone unturned.
Gabriel Bisset-Smith tells the most original & funny joke in the universe!
My debut solo show produced by the soho theatre and performed at Underbelly in Edinburgh and Soho Theatre in London.
In association with the Soho Theatre and directed by Vicky Jones, multi-award winning performer Gabriel Bisset-Smith will take you on a journey of intergalactic travel, strange sexual positions, bizarre dance routines, Kanye West and unhinged murder to deliver you ultimate hilarity (or will he?).
‘A big, epic, inventive hour.’ Time Out
‘There’s dancing, gunfire, standing ovations, crowns, audience participation, a singalong to Robbie Williams’s ‘Angels’ and his gran. It is incredibly funny… Bisset-Smith is magnetic.’ Fest
‘This was a smart show where pains had been taken with writing and construction. Bisset-Smith lays bare the pain of creating a new and original show when there is nothing new under the sun.’ Chortle
‘It’s brilliantly constructed… Bisset-Smith is an engaging solo storyteller: smart, modern and very funny.’ List
Gabriel Bisset-Smith | Soho Theatre Trailer
Music sounds better with EU!!!
One off performance celebrating the house music of Europe with special guests Jeremy Corbyn (Marianne Chase), The Sun Newspaper (Kat Bond) and Theresa May (herself). Performed at Latitude Festival.
Sex. Drugs. Partying. Pornography. Bestiality. Downton Abbey. There are lots of addictions in the world but Guilt & Shame have managed to get them all. After sell out 2011/2012 shows, at the Soho Theatre and the Underbelly in Edinburgh, Gabe and Rob return for another wild night of sketch comedy. With pumping music, crazy dance numbers and rapping transvestites Addicted To Everything will take you on a journey of sin, redemption then right back to sin again. It’s a show so good that once will never be enough.
With an onstage DJ, dance numbers and saucy surprises Guilt & Shame return to the Edinburgh Fringe at the world famous Underbelly after their 2011 sell-out shows. Join eternal virgin Rob and tragic slut Gabe as they go on their quest to find The One (or whoever’s desperate enough). With a night that’s filled with painful sexual encounters, paranoid drug dealers, grieving transsexual, talking penises and a banging soundtrack this is one late-night party you don’t want to miss.
Gabe and Rob try to perform their sketch show but the sins of last night return to humiliate them. Drugs, theft and bestiality are just some of the disgraceful acts they will be downing with a bottle of vodka and vomiting onto stage in this outrageous show."
With Special guest star Claire Brown
Directed by Dan Herd Designer/Stylist Shirani Bolle Produced by Rachel Tyson
Jack Rooke: Good Grief
Directed by Gabriel Bisset-Smith Initial development by Leisa Rea
With a coffin full of sympathy snacks, Jack Rooke and his 85-year old Nan Sicely invite you to the happiest town in Britain, where Dad’s dead and the only thing to eat is lasagne.
Celebrating finding happiness after tragedy, Rooke’s critically acclaimed debut blends comedy, storytelling and film to explore how we treat the bereaved and the state of welfare for grieving families.
Another compelling production from Soho Theatre, Good Grief was shortlisted for the Best Show by an Emerging Artist in the Total Theatre Awards 2015.
Jack Rooke is a comedian, writer and regular panellist on BBC Radio 1’s The Surgery. He has presented a BBC Radio 4 comedy adaptation of Good Grief and his own BBC Three documentary about happiness, due to air in early 2017.
‘Engaging, frank and humorous.’ New York Times
‘Good Grief wins you over with openness and hilarity.’ Lyn Gardner, Guardian
Rooke is a delight to spend an hour with, cheerily but sensitively tackling the most painful of subjects and finding hope in them.’ ★★★★ Scotsman
‘A mesmerising whirlpool of cleverly-written, tenderly shocking and awfully funny anecdotes’ ★★★★★ Gay Times
Clothes Swap Theatre Party
Inspired by the brilliant, unique location of Derby Theatre inside the shopping centre, five critically acclaimed playwrights: Tim Price (Olivier Award nominee 2014), Evan Placey (winner of the Writer’s Guild Award 2015), Alison Carr (Winner of the Live Theatre/Empty Space Bursary Award 2015), Ben Ellis (winner of Langham Award), and Gabriel Bisset-Smith (BAFTA nominee 2016) ask, what do our wardrobe choices say about us?
An Usher Reads 50 Shades of Grey Whilst Frank Wurzinger Performs The Confetti Maker
It's 2015 and British politics is a hot steaming mess. The Green Party could finally be in with a chance, but first they'll need a fresh face to front the campaign. Enter Darren, a black youth worker with integrity, ideals and a winning smile. But in this world of dirty tricks and dangerous egos, change will always come at a price.
Ford claims to have been attacked by a werewolf staying in the room next door. He calls upon his estranged siblings for help, but when Nat and Linda arrive it appears the werewolf isn't the only monster ready to attack...
Written by Gabriel Bisset-Smith
Directed by Charlotte Bennett
Cast: Gabriel Bisset-Smith, Phill Langhorne, Hannah Barrie
Produced by York Theatre Royal and Forward Theatre Project
In 2008 Gabriel took part in the Old Vic New Voices twenty four hour plays and wrote the play "Graceland".
Directed by Michael Oakley
Cast: Demi Oyediran, James Joyce, Davide Ferretti and
Reach Me/Inside You
Written by Gabriel Bisset-Smith
A short play about sexism, racism and mind swapping.
Performed at Latitude, Theatre 503 and the Pleaseacne in Edingburgh.
The Black Bono
Commissioned and broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
written by Gabriel Bisset-Smith
Directed and Produced by Jeremy Mortimer
Gideon Gordon, film star and celebrity campaigner for human rights, is murdered in Africa, and the main suspect is his brother Ken. What can have driven the brothers apart?
Christine Giddis ...... Chipo Chung Simon Giddis ...... Gabriel Bisset-Smith Gideon Gordon ...... Kobna Holdbrook-Smith Ken Gordon ...... Jude Akuwudike Juliet Gordon ...... Clare Perkins Peter Champion ...... Philip Fox Detective Bolton ...... Paul Rider Danni/African Woman ...... Janice Acquah Sian ...... Caroline Guthrie
Four part drama commissioned by Fiction Uncovered and broadcast on Resonance FM as well as in Foyles Bookshop.
Comedy about a man trying to finish writing an awful play who meets a strange woman who changes the course of his life.
Justin O'Shea is the Selfie Specialist - Mercedes-Benz original
I co wrote this short film with the very talented Parachutes for Mercedes-Benz
'Will You Marry Me?'
RANKIN FILM PRODUCTIONS Short Film - Dark Comedy
Commitment-phobe Dillon proposes marriage for all the wrong reasons when the lure of a radio show competition proves irresistible
Written & Directed by David Allain Produced by Jess Gormley & David Allain Executive Producer - Rankin
Stars: Nathan Stewart-Jarret (Dillon) Tuuli Shipster (Daphne) Gabriel Bisset-Smith (Radio DJ Joe Titan) V.V. Brown (Special Guest) David McCusker (Producer Ben) Oliver Maltman (Taylor) April Pearson (Anja) Dimitri Leonidas (Raf) Matt Lacey (Cooper) Laila Vakil (Lilly)
DOP - Ole Bratt Birkeland Editor - Max Windows
Exploitation, Exploitation, Exploitation: a property show for millennials
Short film for The Guardian that I've acted in that sends up the housing market
Skins Unseen - Naomily
Short animation I wrote for Channel 4 series SKINS.
Directed by Jack Clough
Art Director Michael Madadi
Music by Paul Child
Producer Toby Welch
One month in three minutes.
Video I shot on my iphone of my trip to the Edinburgh Festival with my comedy act Guilt & Shame.
Video I shot on the iphone 4s of my trip to New York, Christmas 2011.
I wanted to edit on the imovie app on the iphone as well but ran out of memory half way through. So it's half edited on the iphone and half on the Macbook.